As a hot country for studying abroad, Singapore not only has many people studying abroad, but also has many ways to go to Singapore to study. Among them, the SM Scholarship Series is even more special.
In particular, it is a "through train." Once you get it, you will be able to solve problems such as employment in Singapore's public universities.
Today, Li Sichen first said to SM1 to everyone.
SM1 is mainly recruited as an excellent junior high school graduate from a provincial key middle school, covering most provinces and cities nationwide.
The students who have been admitted to SM1 will come to Singapore at the end of September and the beginning of October of that year. After that, they will study in the preparatory class for about two months. The main content is English tutoring.
In January of the following year, he entered the third year. He graduated from the 4th grade in Cambridge, England, and applied for the junior college (Singapore's high school) according to the test results.
PS: There is another through train plan IP. These IP students do not need to take the OLevel exam and go directly to the first school under the through train program (limited schools, depending on the counterpart school in the province where the candidate is located) .
The junior college is a two-year course. When you graduate, you will take the Cambridge A Level Examination and apply for the university with the results of the exam.
The contract period for SM1 students and the Singapore Ministry of Education is 4 years, which means that when SM1 students graduate from the first school, they can automatically cancel the contract and apply to universities in other countries.
Commonwealth countries can apply for A-level results. Most schools in the United States also recognize A-level scores, but students are also required to take the SAT.
The living expenses for SM1 students are S$2,200 per year for the first two years and S$2,400 for the first two years. The tuition, accommodation and food expenses have been paid to the school or dormitory by the Ministry of Education.